Bug#464799: debian-installer: can't use Canadian Keyboard (it use legacy canadian)
2008/2/9, Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Saturday 09 February 2008, Bruno wrote:
> > When installing Etch, I choose my keyboard (French then Canadian), i
> > cannot use the REAL French Canadian (Canadian Multilingual Standart)
> > one, it only has the Legacy French Canadian one.
> Can you please tell us exactly which keymap this should be?
> Or else send us the file /etc/console/boottime.kmap.gz from an installed
> Debian system that is configured to use the correct keymap on the _text_
> consoles (VT1-VT5).
That is the official keyboard in Canada (The only official one...):
some links about it:
That's the keyboard norm:
The other one "French Canadian" is the Legacy one. Right now there is
no way any government institution in Québec will use Debian because
you can't select the right keyboard. It's also the keyboard Apple
ships with their Macbook (inc. Pro and Air)